The Elliot Scientific June newsletter is now available. In this issue we discover that the latest Model 8600 Vibrating Sample Magnetometer from Lake Shore is the best yet, reveal the SLICE-QT temperature controller as launched by Vescent Photonics at CLEO, show how Gamma Scientific‘s new drop-in tuneable RS-7 LED light source benefits image sensor manufacturers, and look forward to LASER World of Photonics with a preview of our products that will be on display end of June, plus much more…
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June 13, 2017 | Categories: Cryogenics & Low Temperature Physics, Detectors & Instrumentation, Exhibitions, Conferences & Events, Laser Trapping - Optical Tweezers, Lasers & LED Systems, Lifescience, Materials Research, Optics | Tags: conference, controller, Elliot Scientific, Energetiq, exhibition, Gamma Scientific, illuminant, image, Lake Shore, laser, light source, magnetometer, optic, sample, sensor, temperature, Vescent Photonics, vibrating | Leave a comment
The new 8600 Series VSM from Lake Shore Cryotronics raises the bar for magnetometer performance and convenience by combining high sensitivity, rapid measurement speeds, and ease of operation for faster and more accurate measurements.
The entire 8600 Series system has been re-imagined with a focus on a clean, ergonomic design that simplifies the researcher’s interaction with the system. For example, a motorised head brings the sample to a comfortable height for easy, one-handed exchange of the sample rods.
Temperature options include a cryostat, high-temperature oven, and single stage variable temperature insert. The combined temperature range of the options is 4.2 to 1273 K, and all three options quickly slide into place and are auto-detected by the system’s software – video demonstration.
8600 Series Features
- 0.33 × 10-7 emu noise floor at 10 s/pt
- 10 ms/pt data acquisition rate
- 5000 Oe/s field ramp rate
- Rapid, repeatable temperature option exchange
- High stability—±0.05% per day
- Fields to 3.26 T
- Widest available temperature range—4.2 K to 1273 K
The magnet poles are also easily adjusted with a specially designed indexed positioning system that allows the pole gap to be set at one of six repeatable positions, eliminating the need to recalibrate after each change.
The new 8600 Series VSMs will be available from April 2017 onwards. Please contact us with regard to pre-orders.
November 9, 2016 | Categories: Cryogenics & Low Temperature Physics, Materials Research | Tags: 8600, Lake Shore Cryotronics, magnet, magnetism, magnetometer, pole, sample, vibrating, VSM | Leave a comment
Lake Shore’s Vibrating Sample Magnetometer systems (VSM) can measure all types of magnetic materials in bulk, powder, thin film, single crystal, and liquid form, and the latest 7400 series Vibrating Sample Magnetometer is the most sensitive VSM available today.
This VSM features a noise floor of 1 x 10-7 emu at 10 seconds/point sampling, 4 x 10-7 emu at 1 second per point and 7.5 x 10-7 emu at 0.1 seconds per point. In addition to providing the lowest noise floor, the 7400’s patented technology leads to a stability of 0.05% per day which surpasses the stability of any other commercial VSM.
Under full software automation it can measure and record hysteresis M(H) loops, torque curves, isothermal and DC demagnetisation remanence curves, and temperature dependent magnetic properties.
Models based on variable gap 4″, 7″ and 10″ electromagnets are available, providing field strengths to above 3 T. While variable gap magnets allow for easy reconfiguration of the magnet gap to accommodate large samples of up to 1″.
For more detailed information about this product, please contact us.
March 8, 2016 | Categories: Cryogenics & Low Temperature Physics, Detectors & Instrumentation, Materials Research | Tags: curve, DC, demagnetisation, field, hysteresis, isothermal, Lake Shore, loop, magnetic, magnetometer, remanence, sample, strength, temperature, torque, vibrating | Leave a comment
Lake Shore’s range of materials characterisation systems were complemented earlier this year by the company’s acquisition of Princeton Measurements Corporation and its range of MicroMag™ magnetometers.
Consequently, a new Lake Shore MicroMag™ catalogue has just been released to add to the two existing publications covering products for advanced materials research. The three downloadable catalogues now encompass:
- Hall Effect Measurement Systems (HMS)
- Vibrating Sample Magnetometers (VSM)
- MicroMag™ Alternating Gradient Magnetometer (AGM) and VSM
Lake Shore has grown to become a leading provider of the sensors, instruments, and systems that materials researchers increasingly rely upon for exploring and developing new magnetic, electronic, electro-optic, and related materials.
Contact us for the best advice on choosing the right system for your research.
December 3, 2013 | Categories: Cryogenics & Low Temperature Physics, Detectors & Instrumentation | Tags: cryogenic, effect, electronic, field, gradient, hall, Lake Shore, magnetic, magnetometer, MicroMag, nano, PMC, properties, sample, science, vibrating | Leave a comment
Janis Research Company has developed a new hybrid low temperature system. The versatile model 2K-VTI variable temperature cryogen-free (dry) system has been combined with a wet (LHe cooled) 9T/4T vector magnet to provide a system that offers low temperature and high magnetic field measurements.
The 2K-VTI can be integrated with either wet or dry magnets, and can be configured for sample in vacuum, sample in ultra high vacuum (UHV), sample in exchange gas or even sample in liquid.
The 2K-VTI cryostat can be operated in several different modes, allowing the user to optimise the cooling method for the particular sample and experimental requirement.
For more information about this and other Janis Research cryogenic products, contact us now.
March 17, 2011 | Categories: Cryogenics & Low Temperature Physics | Tags: cryo, cryogen, cryogenic, gas, helium, hybrid, liquid, low temperature, magnet, magnetic, nitrogen, physics, research, sample, vacuum | 1 Comment